Leo Vorka, the aging Stalin-like dictator of a Communist nation, is about to begin another purge, led by the infamous head of his secret police Georgi Kull. Phelps posing as a writer, Barney's technical know-how, and Paris' make-up skills convince Vorka's aides, that the dictator's murderous past has finally driven him mad; it's time for him to retire. Written by
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If Barney called the patrol car 22 on the government frequency pretending to be the dispatch, then the real dispatch must have heard this call as well. That alone would cause alarm in the secret police, the car 22 will be a suspect and all in its context (Paris as Zara and Willy) will be in a focus of a thorough inquisition, most likely revealing the whole scheme. Even if Barney's transmitter used so little power than only the car heard him, the driver's response would certainly be heard everywhere. It is not explained by the characters, how can one approach the antagonists' vehicle in that manner without these "side effects" which would alert everyone around. See more
Person on Tape
[voice on tape
Good morning, Mr. Phelps. Leo Vorka, the aging dictator, has assigned the notorious Georgi Kull to begin a purge which will decimate his country's younger artists. If carried out, such a bloodbath would crush all hope for the new generation that is friendly to the West. Your mission, Jim, should you decide to accept it, is to remove Vorka from power and ensure Deputy Premier Bartzin's succession to the Premiership. As always, should you or any of your IM Force be ...